Shock! It was extensively believed that Jason Momoa and Lisa “Lilakoi” Bonet married in November 2007, however they didn’t make it official till this October, a number of sources affirm completely to Us Weekly.
“Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet had an official wedding ceremony a couple of weeks in the past at their home in Topanga, California,” one insider reveals. “Apparently they weren’t formally married till then! They mentioned they ‘made it official.’”
A second supply confirms to Us that the couple — who share youngsters Lola, 10, and Nakoa-Wolf, eight — bought a wedding license from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s workplace on October 2, one week earlier than they exchanged vows.
Bonet’s daughter Zoë Kravitz, whom she shares with ex-husband Lenny Kravitz, attended the marriage, as did Alicia Vikander, Michael Fassbender, famed rock climber Chris Sharma and several other of Momoa’s former costars. “He stays shut with the folks he works with on motion pictures and is a very nice man,” the primary supply tells Us. “It was a giant get together and folks got here from out of city to attend.”
In accordance with a Fb consumer who noticed a buddy’s images from the marriage, the Sport of Thrones alum, 38, wore an unbuttoned white shirt and a lei. He styled his lengthy locks into a person bun. The Cosby Present alum, 49, “seemed stunning,” in accordance with the Fb consumer’s pal, who mentioned among the friends carried out a standard Māori haka for the bride.
The couple first met via mutual pals in 2005. Momoa beforehand revealed that he had a crush on Bonet after watching her on The Cosby Present as a baby. “The primary time [we met] I used to be like, ‘I need that one. I need her. I’m going to get her,’” he instructed Katie Couric in 2014. “I didn’t inform her till after we had our two youngsters. However I instructed her … ‘I type of stalked you. I used to be going to seek out you.’”
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